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Merit Badge lesson plans
Merit badge counselors and/or scout camps could benefit by having a coordinated 'merit badge lesson plans' (aka, syllabuses) to use in teaching. They may not be needed for all merit badges. Thanks. YiS, Tom B —Preceding unsigned comment added by Tom B (talk • contribs) March 12, 2012. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)
- Tom, based on my experience, I've seen most summer camps develop their own "lesson plans", i.e., day-by-day teaching goals, which they modify over time, based on their camp's scheduling needs.
- That being said, your idea is (still) really interesting. I invite you to register at MeritBadge.Net and start a topic under Merit Badge Counseling. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 10:57, March 13, 2012 (EDT)